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EBJ-Nov-2014.zip

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EBJ Vol XXVII No 11: Environmental Consulting & Engineering Industry Review & Outlook 2014-2015

EBJ's annual analysis of the environmental consulting & engineering industry details the $28.3 billion U.S. C&E industry in 2013. Market review and the EBJ dataset provides a market breakdown and forecast by client, media and service type and exhibits show geographic breakdowns and lists of top firms. EBJ expects growth of only 1-2% for 2014, and forecasts 3-4% for 2015. This is modest growth, but coming off a 1.5% contraction in 2013, it has to be seen in a positive light. C&E firms mostly maintained or increased their profitability in 2013 and M&A activity continues as the bar is raised on large firm competition, but clients are increasingly trying to push risk on to their contractors with mixed results. Features include an analysis of the UK market, EPC in wind & solar, and profiles of firms highlighting their strategy and market and management approach.

Exhibits and data included in and with this issue are:

  • Revenue Performance of U.S. Environmental Consulting & Engineering Firms by Size in 2013 ($mil)
  • U.S. Environmental Consulting & Engineering Market 2004-2013
  • Share of International Revenues Derived by U.S. C&E Firms
  • Annual Size and Growth of U.S. C&E Industry: 1994-2015
  • Top 45 U.S. Environmental C&E Firms in 2013
  • Price of Brent Crude: January 2003 to December 2014
  • Consolidation of U.S. C&E Industry 1990-2013
  • Changing Composition of E/C Industry
  • UK Environmental Consultancy Market 2003-2014e
  • Top 34 UK Environmental Consultancy Firms
  • Top U.S. Renewables EPC Contractors
  • U.S. Renewable Energy Consulting & Engineering and Construction (2009-14 in $mil)
  • EFCG's Happiness Quotient: Internal Growth + Profitability: 1996-2015
  • EFCG "Hot & Cold" Sector Analysis, 2012-2014 Surveys

Table of Contents

01.C&E Overview 2014: EBJ’s overview and forecast for the $28-billion U.S. environmental consulting & engineering industry shows a slow return to growth in 2014, with private markets carrying continued decline in government work.pg 1-5

02.Large engineering firms tout advantages of scale and keep playing mega-deal, but keep an wary eye on oil prices and federal programs; Opinions from executives at Arcadis, CDM Smith, CH2M Hill, Parsons, Stantec, WorleyParsons and SNC-Lavalin.pg 6-8

03.U.K. environmental consulting sector up 5% in 2014; Market rebound continues with a improving economy and some stability in the public sector.pg 8-10

04.Renewable energy EPC market leaders balance fortune with volatility; Perspective from executives at New Energy Finance, Black & Veatch, Amec Foster Wheeler, Mortenson Construction and others.pg 11-14

05.Q&A: AECOM adds scale, scope and new markets with URS acquisition.pg 15-16

06.Profiles: RSK Group grows in the UK, ESA leads with natural systems engineering, Tighe & Bond, Helix and Volkert move with market shifts.pg 16-23

 

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